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Formula 1's most famous post-race scuffle between drivers took place at Suzuka in 1993, when F1 debutant Eddie Irvine enraged Ayrton Senna by unlapping himself. Here is the story from right in the middle of the post-race brawl that made headlines all over the world.
The idea that Esteban Ocon deliberately hit Max Verstappen so Lewis Hamilton could win is madness. But this was still a race in which Verstappen had done everything right, and made clear to Mercedes how big a future title threat he is.
After two record runs in a year of farewell touring, Porsche's Evo has been retired. The car was an extreme final step, only made possible when the manufacturer withdrew from the WEC, but its legacy will likely live on through Porsche's future exploits.
F1 is spectacular and fascinating for those heavily involved in it, but it doesn't do a good enough job of getting that across to a wider audience, or allowing the things that make it so great to come to the surface often enough.
Ferrari appeared to break with its tradition of being cautious over young drivers by promoting Charles Leclerc for 2019, but it's been sure of what he's made of for quite some time already.
Max Verstappen's 2018 Formula 1 turnaround has been remarkable, to the extent that his performance level in the second half of the season is second only to Lewis Hamilton's. But there are still flaws he must eliminate if he's to challenge for a title.
Formula 1 has ditched the camera glasses it tried earlier this year, but it's working on an alternative that it hopes will "get people talking". It's keeping details vague for now, but the development is something viewers should be excited by.
Mercedes hasn't run its innovative but controversial wheel rim spacers for the past two races. Is that why it has struggled, and what benefit did it get from the design before that? Our expert ex-F1 designer answers this question and more.
Decreasing costs so more teams can fight at the front is a cornerstone of Formula 1's 2021 masterplan, and a budget cap is likely to be its key weapon. But with the clock ticking and clarity still awaited, concerns about loopholes and impracticalities are growing.
The BTCC keeps getting more competitive - this season produced another new record number of winners. That made picking a final top 10 an unenviable task, so we enlisted the help of those who were in the heat of the action to decide the order.
Lewis Hamilton is now within touching distance of Michael Schumacher's record of seven world titles and 91 victories. The Briton could conceivably reach those totals before the end of his current Mercedes deal, but it may not be that simple.
As technology continues to rapidly evolve, motorsport needs to evaluate its place in the changing tech-led world - and there are some developments that it should be watching closely.
Lewis Hamilton's fifth Formula 1 title wasn't won easily, coming in a season where Mercedes didn't get the upper hand until the closing stages. He explains what it took to turn things around against a faster Ferrari.
After a long gap between visiting a second and third location to see live motorsport, Autosport Editor in Chief Andrew van de Burgt has racked up 100 track visits. He recalls the journey – boosted by the changing calendar of Formula E.
In Mexico, a team that had recently slid back into a clear third-best, an engine supplier maligned all year long and a driver who had been accused of being out of control in the first part of the year completed controlled a very demanding race.